Workshop #9

Tucson

December 13 - 14, 2005


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LoHCo Meeting  ---  Tucson, Dec 13-14 2005

             AGENDA  (Draft, Dec 7)
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0349595007

Objective:  
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Establishing consistency between different methods of local 
helioseismology and between different data sources.  
Identify the areas that need work.  New results.


Presentations:  about 20 min each, including 10 min for discussion.
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Monday evening
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 6:30pm  Dinner: For particpants who arrive early, we could meet in the 
                 lobby of the Four Points Sheraton hotel and go to dinner.  
                 Please let me know if you are interested.
                 Restaurant: TBA



Tuesday morning
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 8:30 -  9:00  Breakfast


 9:00 -  9:05  Meeting objectives and organizational details 

 9:05 -  9:25  Jesper Schou: From MDI to HMI
		 Presentation 

 9:25 -  9:45  Thierry Corbard: European HELAS Network 

 9:45 - 10:05  Frank Hill: GONG status and space weather

10:05 - 10:25  Konstantin Parchevsky: Numerical simulation of solar 
			acoustic field from single and multiple sources
		 Presentation 

10:25 - 10:45  Coffee Break


10:45 - 11:05  Rachel Howe: Possible problems with MDI 2004 measurements of  
			zonal flows with ring-diagrams
                         The Trouble with 2004 (PDF)
                         The Trouble with 2004 (Power Point)

11:05 - 11:25  Deborah Haber: Small rings
		 Presentation 

11:25 - 11:45  Rick Bogart and Maria Cristina Rabello-Soares: 
			Correcting the MDI data for geometric distortions
			 Presentation

11:45 - 12:00  Irene Gonzalez Hernandez: Solar Orbiter and helioseismology 
			 Presentation (PPT)


12:00 -  1:30  Lunch


Tuesday afternoon
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 1:30 -  1:50  Alexander Kosovichev and Junwei Zhao: 
			Comparison of time-distance and holography
		 Presentation 

 1:50 -  2:10  Charlie Lindsey: Statistics of Shallow Magnetic Anomalies
		 Presentation 

 2:15 -  2:35  Sergiy Shelyag: Acoustic Wave Propagation in the 
			Solar Subphotoshpere
		 Presentation 

 2:35 -  2:55  Olga Burtseva: Lifetimes of high-l solar p-modes 
			from time-distance analysis: GONG and TON data
			 Presentation (PPT)


 3:00 -  3:30  Coffee Break - GONG Birthday Party


 3:30 -  5:30  Discussion (part 1)

 6:30  Dinner: La Parrilla Suiza



Wednesday morning
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 8:30 -  9:00  Breakfast


 9:00 -  9:20  Kiran Jain: Status of ring-diagram analysis of MOTH data
		 Presentation 

 9:20 -  9:40  Ed Rhodes: Status of MWO ring-diagram analysis
		 Presentation 

 9:40 - 10:00  Tom Duvall: Temporal Noise correlations
		 Presentation1 
		 Presentation 

10:00 - 10:15  Irene Gonzalez Hernandez: Status of GONG Farside pipeline
			 Presentation (PPT)


10:15 - 10:35  Coffee Break


10:35 - 10:50  Gordon Petrie: GONG magnetograms
		 Presentation 

10:50 - 11:10  Alexander Kosovichev: Sunquake observations from GONG and MDI
		 Presentation (12MB)
		 Zip file with movies (33MB) 
11:10 - 11:30  Rachel Howe: Frequency shifts
                         Rings (PDF)
                         Rings (Power Point)

11:30 - 11:50  Sushanta Tripathy: Intensity and velocity ring-diagrams from MDI
		 Presentation 

11:50 - 12:00  Rudi Komm and Amel Zaatri:  
			 Annual variations in GONG ring-diagram measurements


12:00 -  1:30  Lunch


Wednesday afternoon
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 1:30 -  1:50  Cliff Toner and Shukur Kholikov: Noon drifts and  
			annual variations in time-distance results from GONG  
                        Presentation 

 1:50 -  3:50  Discussion (part 2)

 3:50 -  4:00  Where do we go from here?
               - SPD Meeting in Durham, NH
               - SOHO/GONG Meeting (www.soho18.org) in Sheffield, UK



Discussion topics:
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(1) Remember CR 1988?

	Comparison of synoptic flow maps derived from
	holography, ring diagrams, and time-distance.  

(2) AR 10486 and AR 10488 
 
	Active regions during the declining phase of the cycle 
	make good targets for a comparison of data and methods.

(3) Distortions, annual variations, and other unpleasant things

(4) Artificial Data

(5) Preparing for the HMI/AIA Science Teams Meeting 2006


Please bring your results and share them with your colleagues 
for a lively discussion.


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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Rick Bogart
Olga Burtseva
Thierry Corbard
Tom Duvall
Irene Gonzalez Hernandez
Deborah Haber
Frank Hill
Brad Hindman
Rachel Howe
Kiran Jain
Rudi Komm
Alexander Kosovichev
Charlie Lindsey
Konstantin Parchevsky
Gordon Petrie
Maria Cristina Rabello-Soares
Ed Rhodes
Jesper Schou
Sergiy Shelyag
Cliff Toner
Sushanta Tripathy
Junwei Zhao (via telecon)

 


CORA

Colorado

Imperial

Maui

Nice

Stanford

Taiwan

Tucson


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